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The western leg is the GN-Bahn station today the U8.
The crosspiece is the U-Bahn under the Frankfurter Allee , then under construction. Two platforms were built, used by what is today the U5 and projected to be used by a planned line from Potsdamer Platz to Weissensee.
There were no further major problems; for the most part, AEG tunnels already existed. As with the other wide-format line, operation was transferred to the elevated railway company.
Dividing Berlin into two: [ edit ] After the construction of the Berlin Wall in , on the orders of German Democratic Republic interior minister Karl Maron all U8 stations inside East Berlin were closed to passenger traffic. This order turned all remaining closed stations into so-called "ghost stations", through which trains were required to pass without stopping and which could only be entered by East German border and traffic policemen. After the building of the Berlin Wall in , the U8 line was not in great shape.
It began with 6 stations in West Berlin , followed by an equally long section underneath East Berlin 'ghost stations' and ended at Gesundbrunnen after 2 more stations in the western sector. As a result, the line was of little use for public transport, and was also potentially open to disruption by the GDR.
Like Gropiusstadt , this ought naturally to have U-Bahn service. The S-Bahn to Frohnau , which passed nearby, was ignored; West Berliners boycotted it because it was operated by the Deutsche Reichsbahn , an arm of the GDR government,  plus the East Germans did not have money to spend building a new station. Work on that extension began in , and the 1. In an emergency it can shelter 3, people. The additional costs for these facilities were paid by the Federal Ministry of Finance.
The walls are tiled in brown and the columns clad in aluminium sheeting. A service track was added here so that trains can also be transferred from the U8 to the U9. The extensions on the other lines had proceeded significantly faster; here work lasted an unusually long time.
On its walls are trees, intended to symbolise the parkland surrounding the lake. To better integrate the line into the district of Reinickendorf , it then detours slightly, not continuing beneath the industrial area to the Wilhelmsruh S-Bahn station , but instead taking a route via the Karl Bonhoeffer Neuropsychiatric Clinic and the Reinickendorf town hall.
The supporting pillars are decorated in very bright colours and probably intended to evoke the rich carpets of the residence. Paracelsus-Bad station was designed to evoke associations with the nearby swimming baths. In addition there are pictures on the wall, one of which shows the doctor and philosopher Paracelsus Theophrastus Bombastus von Hohenheim. This new section of the line was actually intended to be inaugurated on the precise th anniversary of the city of Berlin, 30 April However, since the festivities that day were to begin with a celebration at the ICC , the then Executive Mayor, Eberhard Diepgen , would not be able to attend and hence the opening was brought forward by 3 days.
It was before it was possible to take the U8 to the Wittenau S-Bahn station.
After examination of several options, the decision was to extend the U8. The third stage still remained to be built. After the BVG took over operation of the S-Bahn in West Berlin and the Frohnau section of line was reopened on 1 October , there was increasing criticism of the U8 extension, which would run almost parallel to the S-Bahn. Even a directive from the government of the Federal Republic in Bonn to instead invest in badly needed renovations of the S-Bahn, coupled with a warning that subsidies to Berlin would be reduced, was dismissed with the argument that cessation of the U-Bahn construction would cause severe economic harm to the city.
Construction began on 27 February , while the preceding segment of the U8 was also still under construction. The intended terminus of the third stage of the line extension was Wilhelmsruher Damm, near the Wittenau S-Bahn station.
This was apparently to distinguish the U-Bahn from the S-Bahn. Only shortly before dedication of the new segment did the Senate correct the name of the station, which has since been called Wittenau Wilhelmsruher Damm , but is commonly known simply as Wittenau. After Paracelsus-Bad, the line continues under Lindauer Allee to Lindauer Allee station , the only one on the U8 to have outside platforms.
After a long curve, the U8 is running under the S-Bahn. The location of the next station requires a long walk to transfer between the two. There was also disagreement concerning the name of this station: the S-Bahn station at this point was called Wittenau Kremmener Bahn , to distinguish it from Wittenau Nordbahn which is now Wittenau Wilhelmsruher Damm to match the U-Bahn station.
This was a mouthful that was only slowly accepted. The subway line then continues under the clinic.
To minimise disturbance, this stretch of tunnel was excavated using a shield , and rubber sound baffling was also needed. This attracted repeated criticism from those who would have preferred open tunnelling with shoring up of buildings. Other problems also arose during construction of this stretch of line: the Brandenburg sand made work particularly difficult and numerous oversized boulders glacial erratics caused delays. However, as with other U-Bahn construction projects, the extreme budgetary crisis in the state of Berlin is preventing further construction.
The completed extension, which is 3.
Construction cost million DM. You can book hire cars at the airports and all major train stations. Berlin also offers a wide range of car-sharing possibilities. You can, of course, leave your car at one of the numerous parking spaces inside and outside the Berliner Ring and use the local public transport to get around.
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By coach Berlin is a destination that is on the route networks of all major coach companies. Most of the buses stop at the Zentraler Omnibusbahnhof ZOB , or central bus station , opposite the exhibition centre grounds in Charlottenburg. Getting around in the city Local transport in Berlin Public transport in Berlin is comprehensive and easy to understand. You can use the same ticket for all means of transport.
You can also download all important network maps at the bottom of this page. But how to use the Public Transport Network?
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Ten lines criss-cross the city area and run every minutes during peak hours, otherwise every minutes. Closely linked to the S-Bahn network there are further 15 lines running every 10 to 20 minutes through the inner city to destinations further afield.
Tram The tram is first and foremost a privilege of the former eastern part of the city, where a total of 20 lines are a welcome addition to the U-Bahn.
There is one important exception however: since , it has also been possible to reach Hauptbahnhof by tram. In addition to the lines , there are nine Metrotrams, which run more frequently and also at night M1-M Bus network A close-knit bus network opens up the routes that are not covered by the other means of transport: bus lines to as well as Metrobuses M11 to M85, which also run around the clock.The extensions on the other lines had proceeded significantly faster; here work lasted an unusually long time.
This can be done for example by an attribution like "Map memomaps.
However, the Magistrat and city council were sceptical about the project, above all fearing accidents. In East Berlin , a flat fee of 0. If changes do not appear immediately on the map, it might be that the server is under high load or there is a full update running. As soon as electrification reached the Zoo station, ICE trains began to use the station. You can look forward to a relaxing journey to Hamburg Airport for your next flight by taking the Hamburg S-Bahn.
The trains were pulled by locomotives, which ran on coke to minimise the smell. Two stations were later added Savignyplatz 1 August between Charlottenburg and Zoologischer Garten, and Tiergarten 5 January between Zoologischer Garten and Bellevue Suburban trains[ edit ] Suburban trains operated on the local tracks, the so-called city track.
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